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[movies]War Of The Monsters
This is the AIP-TV cut of Gamera vs. Barugon with improved color and sharpness. It's generally considered one of the better entries in the series.Gamera vs. BarugonFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGamera vs. BarugonTheatrical posterDirected byShigeo TanakaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byNisan TakahashiStarringKōjirō HongōKyōko EnamiMusic byChūji KinoshitaCinematographyMichio TakahashiEditing byTatsuji NakashizuStudioDaiei FilmDistributed byDaiei Film (Japan)AIP-TV (USA)Release dat...
Keywords: Gamera; Barugon; Daiei; Japanese; Kaiju; AIP; American International; Shigeo Tanaka; Kojiro Hongo
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[movies]Curse of the Swamp Creature - Larry Buchanan
One of Larry Buchanan's notorious "Azalea" pictures -- made-for-TV color remakes of American International Pictures black and white drive-in creature features, made for a fraction of the originals' budgets. Curse of the Swamp Creature is a rehash of 1957's Voodoo Woman. A mad scientist works in the middle of the swamp to create a monster that will serve his bidding. The actor playing the scientist is a ham of the highest order, and everyone else (including especially our hero, John Agar) is a bl...
Keywords: larry buchanan; azalea pictures; aip; american international pictures; remake; low budget; monster movie; creature feature; john agar; bad acting; bad editing
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